By utilising its patented and OEM approved Xpurge technology in a chemical and oven-free process, the Ceramex diesel particulate filter cleaner offers the highest possible cleaning success rate to ensure vehicles remain Euro 6 compliant.

Ceramex DPF removal

Compared to conventional DPF cleaner methods, which only tend to remove soot deposits, the Xpurge bus DPF cleaner also removes residual ash deposits to ensure a fully cleaned DPF that’s effectively as good as new.

Removal of both soot and ash deposits makes a fundamental difference in terms of performance, enabling longer service intervals for DPF cleans, fewer failures due to hard ash deposits and less expensive DPF replacements.

DPFs cleaned using the Ceramex cleaner Xpurge technology also ensures optimum fuel consumption. Conventionally cleaned DPFs where residual ash deposits are still present can result in a vehicle consuming up to seven percent more fuel and significantly increased running costs.

Ceramex DPF cleaner

Ceramex uses a range of inspection technologies to ensure that the cleaned DPF will perform as well as when it was new, and that Euro 6 compliance is maintained. Ceramex’s most comprehensive test method is the Veritex inspection system. This patented process uses transmitted light to investigate the internal condition of the DPF after cleaning and can identify any remaining blockages in the filter, as well as holes, cracks and other forms of damage to the unit.

Emissions limits for modern vehicles are subject to stringent legislation and the bus DPF system plays a critical role in controlling emissions.

Working in partnership with Ceramex, Imperial Engineering offers an exchange-based Ceramex DPF cleaning service which is designed to help PSV operators within the M25 region minimise vehicle downtime and keep their fleets compliant with emission control regulations.